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Wolf Songs - A Book That Can Save The Lives Of Wolves Everywhere

Updated on July 28, 2017
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Lena Kovadlo is a writer for various content sharing websites. She's an author of 10 books and helps other authors publish their books.

Wolf Songs by Susan Joyner-Stumpf and Max Eidex
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There are millions of books out there in the world. But how many of them are actually dedicated to wolves and to saving their lives? I, for one, have not come across any such books until a fellow poet and writer, Susan Joyner-Stumpf, asked me to help her publish a book called Wolf Songs, which she co-wrote with her poet friend Max Eidex.

All the royalties that the book makes will go to organizations that are involved in helping save the lives of wolves everywhere. Some of these organizations include Seacrest Wolf Preserve and Defenders of Wildlife.

What Susan Joyner-Stumpf and Max Eidex are doing is incredible. Not only do they get to share their talents with the world and treat us to incredible poetic and prose writings inspired by wolves, along with great, inspirational quotes, but they also do a very good deed in the process by helping raise money to save their lives, which is a phenomenal thing.

How Can You Help Save Wolves?

You can help save the lives of wolves around the world by simply buying a copy of Wolf Songs. When you do that not only will you add a great book to your collection, and have something enjoyable and moving to read, but you will be doing something incredible in the process. I am proud to own a copy of this book and I think you will feel the same way once you have it in your collection. It's a real treat that will move you in many ways even if you don't happen to be a wolf lover.

Wolf Songs by Susan Joyner-Stumpf and Max Eidex

5 stars for Wolf Songs
Wolf Songs
Wolf Songs

Poetry and prose creations inspired by wolves written by two talented poets and writers Susan Joyner-Stumpf and Max Eidex. Proceeds from the sale of this book will go to organizations dedicated to help save the lives of wolves in all parts of the world.


Aside from Amazon this book is also available at through which the book was published, and online at Barnes and Noble. Enjoy!

About The Authors

Susan Joyner-Stumpf lives in Penrose, Colorado. She is the author of over twenty books, some of which she co-wrote with other talented authors. Some of her books include: Dreaming White Horses, Crimson Whispers, The Ragdoll Chronicles, Tortured Light, Grief Shards And Other Remains, Language of Moon, Midnight Over Venus, Fatal Oblivion, Soul Notes, Song of the Wood, My Skin Doesn't Fit My Soul, Puncture Beyond Emerald, Wolf Songs (co-written with Max Eidex), Soul Shores (co-written with Alberto J. Alvarez), and Nothing But Love (co-written with Deborah Brooks Langford).

Max Eidex lives in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Wolf Songs is his first published book, which he co-wrote with Susan Joyner-Stumpf.

Both Susan and Max are wolf lovers so it is not surprising that they joined forces and co-wrote a book together that will help save wolves no matter where they are.

Susan used to be a proud owner of a wolf named Kody who sadly passed away. While Max did not own a wolf of his own he did sponsor one at Seacrest Wolf Preserve.

© 2015 Lena Kovadlo


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      Nikaroo483 2 years ago

      I loved this book, both the writing itself and also that in buying it I was able to help wolves. As a life long animal lover myself, it mesnt a lot to be able to help. The love for animals shone through from the authors for the whole book. Some poems about pets now gone were sad but again you could tell that they are still and always will be in the author's heart. If you love animals too, I would highly recommend this book, it will pull at your heart strings as well as helping in practical terms to save precious wolf lives.